Paris-CDG: a lounge at T1 for Emirates during the works

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The airline company Emirates Airlines partners with Extime at the airport of Paris-Charles de Gaulle to offer premium travelers a new exclusive space at the Terminal 1while the renovation of Terminal 2 continues.

Based at the airport of Dubai, the Emirati company is according to its press release “one of the few to have an exclusive space in Terminal 1 for its customers”. Accessible under customs after security checks, the lounge is located in the immediate vicinity of the boarding gates. Emirates thus offers an elegant private lounge of 155 seats, with indoor and outdoor space, as well as a varied catering service. Welcoming an average of 190 people per day, this private lounge “offers comfort and refreshments to Emirates customers. From breakfast to dinner, they can enjoy a wide choice of French specialties such as crepes and financial. The lounge staff, made up of experienced Haute Hospitality professionals, will also serve international dishes such as salmon tikka, fish tagine, butter chicken and beef Stroganoff”.

“With a bright and airy bistro vibe, this elegant living room features touches of mahogany and leather, with warm white tones, decorated with green topiary and contemporary light fixtures. Customers can freshen up in the shower areas, connect to free Wi-Fi, read the newspapers and enjoy a buffet including alcoholic beverages from 6:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. every day. The lounge, reserved exclusively for Emirates customers, is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

” There privatization of an exclusive lounge demonstrates the company’s commitment and investment in having its premium customers and regular travelers travel in the best conditions. Building on a longstanding relationship, Emirates and Charles de Gaulle Airport are celebrating this month 32 years old a solid partnership”, emphasizes the airline.

Once the work has been completed in Terminal 2, a new living room will open in July 2024. Charles de Gaulle airport is currently undergoing a renovation program which is expected to last until next year, with the objective of “extending and modernizing the airport facilities in order to be able to accommodate a greater number of passengers and to increase air traffic to reach a capacity of 80 million passengers per year”.

Paris-CDG: a lounge at T1 for Emirates during the works 2 Airlines and Destinations
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